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1666: Plague, War, and Hellfire by Rebecca Rideal
American Pantheon: Sculptural and Artistic Decoration of the U.S. Capitol by Donald R. Kennon
The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin; The Journal of John Woolman; Fruits of solitude by Charles William Eliot
Boundaries by Sally M. Walkerfounder of Pennsylvania
Builders of America Vol. VII, William Penn by Clifford Smyth
Christian Doctrines from the Works of William Penn by William Penn
Cookworthy: "a man of no common clay" by A. Douglas Selleck
The Diary of Samuel Pepys {1661} by Samuel Pepys
The Dominion of War: Empire and Liberty in North America, 1500-2000 by Fred Anderson
Early Works V by Winsor McCay
Eminent Americans: Comprising Brief Biographies of Three Hundred and Thirty Distinguished Persons by Benson John Lossing
The England of William Penn, 1644-1718: An Exhibition Organized in Recognition of the Tercentenary of William Penn's First Landing in America by Olga K Preisner
The First American Revolution: The American Colonies on the Eve of Independence by Clinton Rossiter
Friend William by Willard Mosher Wallace
The history of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the original institution and settlement of that province, under the first proprietor and governor, William Penn, in 1681, till after the year 1742; with an introduction respecting the life of W. Penn, prior to the grant of the province, and the religious society of the people called Quakers, with the first rise of the neighbouring Colonies, more particularly of West-New-Jersey and the settlement of the Dutch and Swedes on Delaware. To which is added a brie by Robert Proud
The Holy Experiement: Our Heritage from William Penn 1644-1944 by Violet Oakley
The Homecoming by Kasey Michaels
Hostage on the Nighthawk by Dave Jackson
How the States Got Their Shapes by Mark Stein
Iroquois diplomacy on the early American frontier by Timothy J. Shannon
John Adams by David McCullough
The Journal of George Fox by George Fox
The Law by Claude Frédéric Bastiat
Lord Churchill's Coup: The Anglo-American Empire and the Glorious Revolution Reconsidered by Stephen Saunders Webb
The Making of William Penn by Mabel Richmond Brailsford
The making of William Penn's "Holy experiment" in education by William C. Kashatus
Memoirs of the private and public life of William Penn by Thomas Clarkson
Moral Minority: Our Skeptical Founding Fathers by Brooke Allen
Native Americans and the Early Republic (United States Capitol Historical Society) by Frederick E. Hoxie
The papers of William Penn, volume two: 1680-1684 by William Penn
Penn by Elizabeth Janet Gray
Penn's example to the nations : 300 years of the holy experiment by Robert Grant Crist
The Penns of Pennsylvania and England by Arthur Pound
Pennsylvania The Keystone State
Peter The Great Part 1 Of 3 by Robert K. Massie
Philadelphia : the place and the people by Agnes Repplier
The Politics of Piracy: Crime and Civil Disobedience in Colonial America by Douglas R. Burgess Jr.
Portrait in Grey: Short History of the Quakers by John Punshon
Puritan Boston and Quaker Philadelphia by E. Digby Baltzell
Reflections on William Penn's Life and Legacy by William Kashatus
Remember William Penn by William Penn Tercentenary Committee
Remember William Penn, 1644-1944 by Pennsylvania.
The second period of Quakerism by William C. Braithwaite
See Philadelphia : a visitor's handbook by Joseph Jackson
Signers of the Constitution by Robert G. Ferris
The Story of William Penn by Aliki
The Tower of London in the History of England by A. L. Rowse
The true William Penn. by Sydney George Fisher by Sydney George Fisher
The Urban Crucible: The Northern Seaports and the Origins of the American Revolution by Gary B. Nash
A Virtuous Education: Penn's Vision for Philadephia Schools by William C. Kashatus
William Penn by Catherine Owens Peare
William Penn by Mary K. Geiter
William Penn by Harry Emerson Wildes
William Penn (Library of American Heroes Series) by Lucille Wallower
William Penn (Overcoming Adversity) by Rebecca Stefoff
William Penn and early Quakerism by Melvin B. Endy
William Penn and our liberties by William Wistar Comfort
William Penn et les Quakers by Jeanne Henriette Louis
William Penn's Holy Experiment in Education...Past, Present, & Future by William C. Kashatus
William Penn, a biography by Sydney George Fisher
William Penn, Architect of a Nation by John B. B. Trussell Jr.
William Penn, Founder of Pennsylvania by Mabel R. Brailsford
William Penn, politics and conscience by Mary Maples Dunn
William Penn, Quaker and pioneer by Bonamy Dobrée
William Penn, Quaker Hero by Hildegarde Dolson
WILLIAM PENN: AN HISTORICAL BIOGRAPHY, from New Sources. With an Extra Chapter on the ìMacaulay Charges.î by William Hepworth Dixon
William Penn: Apostle of dissent by Hans Fantel
William Penn: Founder and Friend by Virginia Haviland
William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania by Ronald Syme
William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania by Steven Kroll
William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania (Graphic Library: Graphic Biographies) by Ryan Jacobson
William Penn: Founder of Pennsylvania (Signature Lives: Colonial America) by Barbara A. Somervill
William Penn: Founder of the Pennsylvania Colony (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America Biographies) by Bernadette L. Baczynski
William Penn: Friend to All by Katharine Elliott Wilkie
William Penn: Friendly Boy by Miriam E. Mason
William Penn: Liberty and Justice for All by Janet Benge
Witches of Pennsylvania: Occult History & Lore by Thomas White
The World of William Penn by Genevieve Foster
The World of William Penn by Richard S. Dunn
Your friend, William Penn by Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company

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William Penn (14 October 1644 – 30 July 1718) was the son of Sir William Penn, and was an English real estate entrepreneur, philosopher, early Quaker, and founder of the Province of Pennsylvania, the English North American colony and the future Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He was an early advocate of democracy and religious freedom, notable for his good relations and successful treaties with the Lenape Native Americans. Under his direction, the city of Philadelphia was planned and developed.

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